More Investors Are Shunning Stocks

As the stock market bounces off its 12-year low, many are reassessing everything they once believed about money, investing, and their retirement

Ben McCoy seemed to be doing everything right. After getting married in 2002, he and his wife sat down with a financial planner and invested a fat 20% of their combined salaries in a diversified portfolio of low-cost index funds. Then came the Great Recession.

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